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wikid-strong-authentication-firefox-extension

Loyal blog readers, both of you, will you test the new WiKID Strong Authentication Firefox Extension? It's an aplha quality, but we are getting closer to beta.

wikid-strong-authentication-now-available-as-open

WiKID is pleased to announce that we've released an open source version of WiKID. We've been working on this for the last few months. We needed to replace the Ntru encryption packages we use with open source 1024-bit RSA encryption and we needed remove the proprietary Radius server we had embedded into the WiKID server.

customer-generated-content

I'm extremely pleased with the recent customer growth we've had at WiKID. In particular, I'm pleased with the community that has developed, mostly on the #wikid IRC channel. While the PCI security requirements for merchants and payment processors continue to be a big driver for adoption of two-factor authentication, we see a great variety of deployment scenarios. We've tried to address the innumerable network configurations by writing what I think is a large number of how to add two-factor authentication to... whatever documents.

congratulations-to-openid

for winning the 2007 Disruptor Award

100-percent-open-source

One of our customers is attempting to go 100% open source, which factored heavily in their choice of WiKID for two-factor authentication. They liked our "appliance in an ISO" model, but were not so fond of our use of Java :)

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